Wyndham Championship Golf Odds

Wyndham Championship Golf Odds

The last tournament of the regular season sends the PGA Tour to Greensboro, North Carolina, for this week’s Wyndham Championship. The top 125 players in the FedExCup standings will advance to the playoffs starting next week and several golfers on the bubble will attempt to amass the required number of points. With the shortened season others are getting their game in place for a potential playoff run. The field is headlined by former FedExCup champions Justin Rose and Jordan Spieth, along with Brooks Koepka, who failed last week to three-peat at the PGA Championship. However, the favorite on the opening line for a second straight year is Webb Simpson. BookMaker.eu has a complete updated list of betting odds for the Wyndham Championship when you’re ready to make a wager.

Odds to Win Wyndham Championship at BookMaker.eu

Webb Simpson +1008

Brooks Koepka +1108

Patrick Reed +1608

Tommy Fleetwood +1816

Paul Casey +2016

Justin Rose +2218

Harris English +2498

Billy Horschel +2993

Sungjae Im +3343

Si Woo Kim +3551

Kevin Kisner +4000

Brendon Todd +4000

Shane Lowry +4000

Ryan Moore +4500

Jordan Spieth +4500

Joaquin Niemann +4636

Russell Henley +5000

Brandt Snedeker +5000

Corey Conners +5500

Chez Reavie +5500

Alex Noren +6000

J.T. Poston +6000

Tom Lewis +6600

Harold Varner III +7000

Jim Furyk +7204

Henrik Norlander +7500

Lanto Griffin +8000

Doc Redman +8000

Lucas Glover +8000

Matthias Schwab +8000

Matt Wallace +8000

Charles Howell III +8000

Cameron Davis +8392

Adam Long +8410

Odds Analysis

Henrik Norlander +7500

We haven’t seen Norlander since a T23 at the 3M Open a few weeks ago, so he should be rested and immune to all the residual hoopla from the first major of the season. Currently 64th in FedExCup points he’s a lock for the playoffs, but needs to fine tune his game ahead of next week. This is a good venue for him to do that. He finished T16 at Sedgefield in 2013 and has good numbers on correlated courses that don’t require a lot of distance. He’s played the weekend in his last five starts grabbing a T6 at the Memorial and T12 at the Rocket Mortgage Classic before the 3M.

Brooks Koepka +1108

I’m kind of surprised Koepka it teeing it up this week since did climb to 92nd in the points race. He did say he was going to play out the string and here he is. I’m sure he’s dumbfounded by the final-round collapse at Harding Park that saw him go from contender to T29. There are still issues with his game that need to be ironed out, though a T2 and T29 in his last two starts are encouraging. He also needs points if he wants to qualify for the Tour Championship so expect the best of him this week.

Ryan Moore +4500

Moore passed on an invite to last week’s PGA Championship due to a scheduling conflict. It must have been something important since he’s in the same spot as Koepka as far as FedExCup points go. I probably wouldn’t have given Moore a second look if not for his outstanding play at Sedgefield. He won here in 2009 and has three top-25s since 2015. He grabbed a share of sixth in his is last visit in 2018. Recent form is good with a pair of T12s in his last two starts.

Paul Casey +2016

After watching and listening to Casey’s post-PGA Championship presser I respect the man that much more. He had nothing but praise for the winner. There’s only so much he can do and it just wasn’t enough last week. Still, Casey had a nice run going 68 or lower all four rounds to finish as co-runner-up. It was a strong comeback after T67-MC-MC in his previous three starts. And like everyone else he’s looking for consistency in his game ahead of the playoffs.

Webb Simpson +1008

I don’t always back the favorite with better value picks on the board. However, it’s hard to overlook Simpson and his attachment to this event. Hell, he even named his daughter after the tournament. You’re not going to do that unless you have a connection. His first PGA Tour win came here in 2011 and he’s played the weekend in each of the last 10 editions racking up a pair of seconds and a third since 2017. Overall he has five top-5s among his seven top-10 finishes.

Course: Sedgefield Country Club – 7,127 yards, Par 70

Part of the rotation for the Greater Greensboro Open, Sedgefield enters its 13th year serving as host for the Wyndham Championship. Playing at 7,127 yards, the layout is short by Tour standards making driving distance a non-factor. Three years ago Henrik Stenson played the entire week without a driver in his bag. Proving his point, Stenson went and won the tournament with a cumulative scoring record 258. Accuracy is critical. The field averages better than 80 percent GIR from the fairways with a significant decline when hitting from the rough. The course is no picnic, however. There are numerous water hazards, doglegs and small undulating greens that will test the patience of every player.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS

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